FS Midwest Inks Ballpark Village Naming Rights Cano Officially Inks $240M Deal With Mariners MLB Moving To End Home Plate Collisions Lauded Dolphins To Test Beacon Technology Sunday Red Sox Get Approval For Expanded Liquor Sales Pirates' McCutchen Has Rising Marketing Power Bradley Center Revenue Rises In FY '13 San Jose Could Sumbit Revised A's Ballpark Plan Cowboys Touting Wireless Service At Home Games UNLV Closing In On Stadium Design
SBD/August 6, 2012/Facilities
MLB Committee Holds Secret Meeting On Potential A's Waterfront Ballpark In Oakland
Published August 6, 2012
FINDING MEANING: CSNBAYAREA.com’s Ray Ratto wrote the question becomes whether the blue-ribbon committee’s findings in these two meetings have “anything to do with anything” (CSNBAYAREA.com, 8/5). CSNBAYAREA.com noted the committee’s meeting Wednesday “highlights attempts to counter” Wolff’s statements that there are “no viable options for a new stadium in Oakland.” If Oakland can “present a practical proposal for a waterfront ballpark, it could force Wolff to accept a plan to keep the A’s in Oakland or face pressure to sell the team to someone willing to do so” (CSNBAYAREA.com, 8/5).